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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas inkier fceek tf PtfatSfl ifi tni wftS 6t Wevtstofi let it thett o a fco hub to tavft in the parking lot 5f Mart kKAted oft ifttemAlc 35 The ftuAagef 6f medkll Tuesday afternoon fhxn the Central Fire Statkxi at The textbook was valued a eeaptes in the 200 btock Seville Street complained of a rock throwing tftcWert there that resulted ia tfAftUtte to a tifge glass TM theft of ljtttrotd Mack labrador dog was reported the lakea over the is valued Extradition of trio sought itilfWfHef County to twoseparate areawaiting extradition from In diana and Pennsylvania to ace following their arrests on warrants issued According to Comal County Sheriff Investigator Gordon Larry Lee of Route Box Is being held on a bond by authorities of the Stueben County Sheriffs Department in Fort Morton was named in a warrant issued by Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace He was ar rested Lilluex Morton alleged to have burglarized Woodlands Country Club in the Canyon Lake area on Some cash was reported stolen in the The clubs interior was also heavily damaged during the Lilluex said Morton is currently on parole on a burglary conviction and that he violated terms of his parole when he left the Philadelphia police arrested Catherine Louise and Robert John Comae both county 29 on warrants Issued here 18 by Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Harold Their bonds were set at each on charges of burglary of a building and felony The two are suspected In the 22 and 24 burglary of a residence in the Cypress Cove area in which hand tools and household goods were Births McKenna Memorial Hospital David and Pam DesRosiers 1420 Pothast frounce boy Jon and Mary 1517 Heather 2ounce boy Pablo and Mary Paniagua Route Box 568 9ounce girl John and Beth Crocker 163 Bridge 3ounce boy March Tommy and Tracy Lairs 2323 Bear Springs San Antonio 8 10ouncegirl March Ik will charged wesit fte me at te puttie pitiL I sure hate to BfitifcfelS resktests of nonprofit he Sdtfie numbers 6f the board uncomfortable vnui tlrgeting only businesses exiting the ftvef thereof as suggested in a letter by Assistant City Manager Hector to chtfge each vehicle enteffag the park regardless of purpose 5f number of The board at one point considered dropping the idea of a fee Board Chairman Carl Fox said he thought assessing only conces sionaires was They are the only ones making money from the park Its just the price of doing he Fox said many of the problems of maintaining the park and its roads are caused by the use of shuttle ser Fox said if concessionaires decide to pick up customers on private pro perty further the pro blems within the park would be solv Whatley said the rationale behind charing businesses was that the original intent of the ordinance was to address the business activity at the The board declined to further com promise on the fee because members originally favored charging SI to exit but settled on 75 cents as a com promise to concessionaires concerns that setting too high a fee might hurt their Councilmember atlarge Barbara according to In itiated the idea of implementing such a fee at the questioned 75 cents as being excessive at the last council Public Records Weather Water Watch Comal same Canyon Lake cfs down 66 Cariyton Lake cfs same Canyon Lake up Edwards up Texas Weather f Skies were generally clear over Texas with sunny days and cool nights predicted for most of the over the state were general ly from the north at 510 the Na tional Weather Service Early morning state temperatures were mostly the 30s over West The 4 temperature ex tremes were a low of 31 degrees at Marfa and a high of 60 degrees at Corpus In North Texas it will be sunny and mild through Thursday with highs in the upper 60s and mid70s and lows in the upper 30s to lower The forecast for South Texas is also sunny through Thursday with highs in the 70s and lows mainly in the West Texas will see clear skies with lows in the mid40s and lower 40s and Highs in the 70s except for the lower 80s along the Rio Grande In the Big Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Sunny and mild Clear and cool Afternoon highs 70 to Lows tonight in the 40s except upper 30s Hill Coun try and lower 50s WEST TEXAS Sunny Clear a little warmer Thurs Lows tonight mid 30s Panhandle and mountains to lower 40s Big Bend Highs Thursday near 70 Panhandle to lower 80s along the Rio Grande in the Big NORTH TEXAS Sunny and mild Clear and cool Highs in the upper 60s to mid Lows in the upper 30s to lower Forecast Friday through Sunday SOUTH TEXAS Continued dry with warm days and cool nights through Morning lows from the 40s to near 50 north to the 50s to near 60 south Friday through Sun Highs in the 70s to 80s Texas District Civil Court Fil ings Odis George Lexington State Bank and Rodney temporary Barney Malone Marshall temporary el ux Richard exemplary Mary Ellen West Ray Rubin Hill Country Trail suit on The Alpha Group Plaza Na tional Del Rio and David enjoin a In the interest of a Jack Michael Davis and Charlotte Davis David et terminate contract Divorces Marvin and Ber nice Christopher Skilling and Connie Gay Epps Larry Claude Smith and Pamela Zerr Obituaries Homeowners Borrow up to with Jf youre a homeowner who needs to get the homeowner lorn thgt doesnt ask for Not even a second At Commercial Youll get TPJLM PAYMENT low monthly Up to 60 months 10 Well even jtsfe spptoim over the And give you m answer jn jgsi 34 Tft find oui how yow em qiaJlify fo Oito unouAts aod term without putting your home on the call us Commercial Were up front FairPlain Commercial Credit Company PMC 351 Unda is Harry Nasif Services are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home or Harry Nasif of 5E Eden Drive in New died March 4 at McKenna Memorial attorney Carter Casteel addresses ticipants in Saturdays Womens Forum at Canyon High The event spon sored by the American Association of University Women included Casteels comments on legal including ob taining discrimination and sexual A collage of Remember Mama paraphernalia included in the exhibits The girl with the parasol is Judy Kovaks while New Braunfelser Toby Skroder is one of the young girls in a chorus line to the left of a sentiment by Georgie Galbraith sums up the housewifes lament that being a mother and wife isnt a fulltime occupation in its own LESLIE Photographer r i How many On Are you a housewlferordovyou iwork I c f W t A r WvH Fnftiitiirp I LayAway Interest Down Low Prices Queen Size Sleeper Sofa and Double Recliner Loveseat Brass Hall Tree Both PCS Brass Plant Stand HopcChcil Soiid Cedar Solid Oak Dining 7 pc 8 PC Living Room Suite 5 PC Dinette PC Bedroom Suite Large Chest Decorator New Shipment King Kotl Mattresses PRICED FACTORY Friendly Hometown Service Free Delivery Nfexi 10 K Man 628 W 6294343
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